The exhibition includes his works portraying extremes in our lives - the silence and quiet atmosphere in the backdrop of Ravi and the impressive human figures in multiple poses going through various experiences of life. Both phases of life are true and exist side by side. Humans have to bear them both but animals remains the ones to enjoy peace and quiet.
The surface, colour and shade he uses for his paintings also play a positive part in enhancing his works. The human figure contour, the skyline, the river bed, the water, the trees and the buffaloes, and crows all have realistic colour tones making the paintings more appealing.
The human figures are accompanied by various objects and animals as well, thus giving different meanings to each painting. He tried to explain the peculiar behaviour of humans towards unpredictable circumstances surrounding them in the form of explosions, suicide attacks, target killings, inflation, corruption, and unemployment. The nude human figures in hues of clay indicate the link between human and clay as man is created with clay and will become clay after death.